- king of Ephyra
as Corinth). He was punished
for his self-aggrandizing craftiness
by being forced
to roll an immense
is to speak
with excessive pride
and self-satisfaction about
one’s achievements, possessions, or abilities. This is also known
as "bragging rights"...
- Amira, Dan (March 15, 2013). "Photos of Donald Trump Delivering
to a Half-Empty Ballroom". New York (magazine). "Trump...
of the feminist
as unreasonable, sanctimonious, biased, and self-aggrandizing
." Scott Selisker According
to Martin, the term switched
the song, because
he believed audiences would think
it was a "self-aggrandizing
that he "hated boastfulness
in others".In an effort...
- rest". By contrast, Robert Christgau dismissed Winehouse
as "a self-aggrandizing
self-abuser who's taken seriously because
a show of soul".On...
- from a distance. Pro Arts Jersey
it "an insensitive, self-aggrandizing piece
by one of the world's blatant
- in Rome on 30 October
the appointment. Fascist propaganda aggrandized
this event, known
as "March on Rome", as a "seizure" of power
- Edelstein, David
(September 15, 2017). "Mother! Is a Second-Rate, Self-Aggrandizing
Tour De Force". New York. New York Media. Retrieved
May 7, 2018. Cavanaugh...
- Not by Colbert, Paul Dinello
and Amy Sedaris. Russell
Hokes, a self-aggrandizing
journalist, was voiced
in both stage performances
of the text...